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Aug 14, 2009 5:00pm EDT
. the line goes dead. she hasn't been seen since. joining me now to talk about this, michelle with "america's most wanted." and criminologist, jack lef in. jonk bankhead is with us with the georgia bureau of investigation. and richard cornwell, cristi's brother. richard, do you have any idea what could have happened to your sister here? >> well, from the evidence that's been collected thus far remote road here that your sister had walked? sounded like walked many times. >> yes. there's only a handful of houses on this road. it's a very rural area. and she did -- she liked to walk down this particular road, leaving her parents' house. and she walked for exercise. tuesday night was when the abduction occurred on the country road. >> richard, what's your plea to whoever may have done this to your sister? >> we just plead that they would have mercy on her. and return her safely back to her family. and we just want to say that we need her. and she has a 15-year-old son that needs her very much. in his life. >> richard -- >> we just pray she will be returned safely. >> we'll pray right along with
HLN
Aug 13, 2009 6:38pm EDT
in america that commit adultery and fire for them for that. ask you a lot of people in the unemployment line. i have to disagree with you about it being a bad role modal for the students. i think it's a good thing because the students are going to look at him and see that, yeah, he made a mistake, but he went on national tv, he admitted the fact that he made a mistake and the university is sticking behind him versus some of these sports bars that are going out and saying they never did anything -- >> we want to hear from you 1-877-tell-hln is the number. how far can you see? at pnc, taking the long view is how we help you take the right path. even to change it when conditions demand. keeping you on the road to achieving your goals.
HLN
Aug 1, 2009 6:00pm EDT
from america. which makes us happy to see such a thing. >> there's no paycheck. it's not really safe here, but this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, knowing that you've done something for someone, that nobody else had done before. i made a difference in the life of these families. definitely the sacrifice has been worth it. >>> we can't think of a time when the president invited a few people over for a beer, and gained so much attention. that's what happened yesterday at the white house. president obama hosted harvard professor henry louis gates, the officer also who had arrested him earlier this month, sergeant james crowley. vice president biden in as well. the president called the meeting a friendly conversation. we'll let richelle carey pick it up from there, "prime news" correspondent, taking a closer look at that in the "what matters" segment. >> the president said he wanted to calm the racial issues since professor gates was arrested on july 16th. of course, you remember gates was arrested after a neighbor calling 911 about a possible break-in at his home. yesterday there
HLN
Aug 15, 2009 6:00pm EDT
a mistake, he committed adultery but if you take man and woman out in america and committed adultery and fire them for that, you're going to have a lot of people on the unemployment line. my second comment is, i have to destroy with you about it being a bad role model for the students. i actually think it's a good thing because the students are going to look at him and they're going to see that, yeah, he made a mistake but went on national tv, admitted the fact that he made a mistake and the university is sticking behind him versus some of the these sports stars going out and saying they never did anything when actually they cut -- >> want to hear from you, 1-877 >>> welcome back to "prime news" on hln. continuing the conversation. what should louisville do about the coach rick pitino. we had a phone call from shannon saying, if every person who committed an affair was booted we'd have a lot of people on the unemployment line. teach basketball players how to be men, teach integrity, failure, he failed in that and i say he should go. let's see what rosemarie says in mississippi. rosem
HLN
Aug 16, 2009 6:00pm EDT
adultery, but if you take every man and woman out of america that commit adultery and fire them for that, you're going to have a lot of people on the unemployment line. and my second comment is i have to disagree with you about -- about it being a bad role mold for the students. i actually think it's a good thing because the students are going to look at him and they are going to see, yeah, he made a mistake, but he went on national tv. he admitted the fact that he made a mistake and the university is sticking behind him versus some of these sports stars that are going out and saying they never did anything when -- >> we want to hear from you. swroirks welcome back to "prime news" on hln. what should the university of louisville do about coach pitino? sticking behind him. shannon said if everybody who committed an affair there would be a lot of people on the unemployment line. to that i would say that. part of rick pitino's job is teach integrity, character, well, he failed in that so i say he should go. let's see what rosemary says in mississippi. rosemary, what do you think? >> caller:
HLN
Aug 24, 2009 5:00pm EDT
freely on their own out of marriage and services available. 1200 women in america die every year at the hands of an intimate lover. >> wendy, don, russell, we appreciate it. coming up this story. a pastor helping out a runway teen. she's afraid for her life. does not want to go back to her muslim family and says she might get killed for converting to christianity in an honor killing. we'll take your calls at 1-877-tell-hln. >>> well, can you really force a teenage girl to return home when she's scared of being the victim of an honor killing? 17-year-old rifqa bary from columbus, ohio, says she ran away from her family out of fear and says her muslim father threatened to kill her for converting to christianity but her dad says that is not true and says the family loves her and want her back home. rifqa talked to a reporterer about three weeks after she arrived in florida. >> because i'm now a christian from a muslim background. it's an honor. they love god more than me, they have to do this. i'm fighting for my life. you guys don't understand. you don't understand! >> what did you
HLN
Aug 13, 2009 5:00pm EDT
man and woman out in america that committed adultery and fire them for that, you're going to have a lot of people on the unemployment line. and my second comment is i have to disagree with you about not -- about it being a bad role model for the students. i actually think it's a good thing because the students are going to look at him and they're going to see that yeah, he made a mistake but he went on national tv, he admitted the fact that he made a mistake -- >> okay. >> -- and the university is sticking behind him. versus some of these sports stars that are going out and saying that they never did anything when the actual -- >> there's shannon's thoughts. want to hear from you. 1-877-tell-hln's the number. cnn, headlines news, or msnbc are locked on your favorites? if they are i've got the gift for you. i'm gonna richardson and my next guest is ken pullson. a pleasure to have you here. >> good to be with you >> what is the museum. most people know. >> sometimes there you an a museum in articling ton, virginia called the museum. it was an effort to remind americans of the value
HLN
Aug 3, 2009 5:00pm EDT
"good morning america" he isn't the biological father to the best of his knowledge anyway. kind of left that one open. what is going on here? why would he think he could have a say in the kids' lives? 1-877-tell-hln is the number. joining us to talk about it, russell wettenson, legal analyst and he was in the courtroom also with us jennifer smetders an attorney who specializes in family law and stacy kaiser psychotherapist. call in 1-877-tell-hln. all right, russell. we get the curveball, huh? lawyers for dr. klein show up. what happened here? >> yeah, this was definitely a bit of a curveball. there's been a lot of speculation about this for quite awhile. mark vincent kaplan hon represented kevin federline showed up to court and tells the judge that his client wants some role in the kids' lives. the reasoning he says is that he had a long-standing commitment to michael jackson as michael's request. the judge quickly chimed in and said what is your standing, and his lawyer said, he is not the presumed parent and then asked for a sidebar. so this was definitely a bit of a dramatic moment.
HLN
Aug 10, 2009 5:00pm EDT
right now. this is at the california's great america theme park in santa clara. there you see, fire department using cherry pickers to get people out of there. what we have, 32 people stuck midair on this roller coaster called invertigo. they are dangling there. there are no injuries, but they are dangling there, 50 stories up. in the back of your mind, you're hoping it never happens. roller coaster stuck, midair, thankfully, nobody hurt. but quite a scare for these people. 32 people up 50 feet in the air. we'll keep you posted. looks like things are going well as they get those folks off that ride. wow. >>> now this. miley cyrus, she's a huge role model to a lot of young girls out there. she's dancing with a pole. are you kidding me? she's 16. in a pair of short shorts. this is going to be on the teen choice awards. take a look for yourself. judge what you're seeing here. i want to hear from you on this one. this is part of this -- a new song she's debuting. it's called "party in the usa." there she goes, straddling the pole, not much there, a pair of short shorts, daisy dukes. i'm
HLN
Aug 17, 2009 5:00pm EDT
's "good morning america." she still cling to hope. let's listen. >> i want them to know that we love her very much and we need her back. her son needs his mother. back. and i need my baby back, we all need her back. and we believe we're going to get her back. >> our thoughts and prayers are with the family, grieving mom, no doubt a grieving 15-year-old son in the midst of this. we'll take your calls, the number 1-877-tell-hln. let's get the latest from jank bankhead, director of public affairs with the georgia bureau of investigation. john, good to have you back. let's talk about the cell phone, john. where was it found? >> it was a property owner who was mowing his grass right near the road and spotted the cell phone. one of the sons had lost one, they thought it was theirs. they picked it up and turned it on and recognized immediately that it belonged to kristi and called the sheriff. he came out and verified it was her cell phone. >> and where was it found in relation to where she was last seen, where we believe she was taken, john? >> well, the abduction site was on jones creek road
HLN
Aug 20, 2009 5:00pm EDT
america." >> i would like to caution all young people and adults to use extreme caution when using the internet or any other media to meet people. christi's family is not certain yet who may be connected with her disappearance. some of us are operating under as little as average of one hour sleep her night to try to bring kristi home. >> feel for her father there. joining us now to update us on the situation is kristi's cousin. keith, thank you for being with us. let me pick up there what kristi's father was talking about about being careful on the internet. what do you make of that? does the family believe that the internet might have had something to do with this? >> i don't think there's anything specific in that. it was just one of the possibilities that's out there that has been indicated and we all know that in this day in age. it was one of the faults that her dad had among many about what the possibilities are. >> what are police telling you right now? >> right now we haven't gotten any new news as of the last -- really today. a lot of folks as you mentioned a few moments a
HLN
Aug 22, 2009 6:00pm EDT
sympathy for the family in this case. we have to do the right thing in america vis-a-vis the death penalty. >> martina, what has the last 18 years been like for you trying literally to keep your brother alive? >> it has been traumatic for our family. a lot of times people don't realize both families have been victimized. one thing is we have always upheld the other family. it is amazing because my father was a peace officer in this city. he was a chatham county sheriff's deputy. people seem to fail to understand we have the utmost respect for police officers and their duties. to execute someone who is innocent because of a rush to judgment is not the way to do this. my family, we've lost a lot. my father was so traumatized by this he stopped taking his insulin and died in a diabetic coma six months later. we understand their loss and not trying to compound it. we are trying to honor officer macphail to make sure the right person is brought to justice and i don't believe that is troy davis. >> have you ever met officer macphail's family and spoken to them? >> i tried to speak to them at the
HLN
Aug 28, 2009 6:08pm EDT
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HLN
Aug 30, 2009 6:00pm EDT
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HLN
Aug 27, 2009 5:00pm EDT
this missing girl. apparently "america's most wanted" even did something several years ago. and this case was cold for obviously 18 years. until she walked into that police department yesterday. >> unbelievable. let's bring our psychologist, karen stark in. karen, i can't even imagine what this reunion will be like. what kind of emotions, let's start with jaycee, could she be feeling right now? >> well, part of her must be overjoy, but also fearful to see her family. because she's been away from them for so long. and i imagine she may not have good feelings about herself. she was only 11 years old. and so at 11, you blame yourself for what's happening in a situation like that. and she was abducted, and obviously it seems like she was sexually abused. so how could she have a good feeling about herself. this is going to be a mix of emotions for her, i'm sure. >> how about mom? >> mom is going to be overjoyed. she doesn't care. what a miracle. think about it. >> exactly. >> how miraculous this story is. >> we've heard jaycee's stepfather and mother talked, and he said they cried for ten minu
HLN
Aug 12, 2009 4:10am EDT
, virginia called the museum. it was an effort to remind americans of the value of news gathering in america and a nod to the first amendment. we did so well there so we decided to take it where the action is. we have a brand new museum called a the museum on pennsylvania avenue. it's a -- it's a 45 word sign out front with the words of the first amendment 'em blazed there. we think it's healthy for them to read that says congress shall make no law. we're attempting to put it in neon. >> it is flashing? >> it's not a tribute to journalists. we had a blogger say i'm not going to set foot in that museum until they do an extra special to copy editors. it is not about you. it is a museum of history but a different kind that reports what happened over the last several centuries through the eyes of journalists. so you get contemporary coverage of the assassination of kennedy and arrival of the beatles and the civil war and fascinating >> exactly. what have the visitors reactions been for the first year? exciting. we see the full range of course. tremendous amount of school groups and a lot of tour
HLN
Aug 29, 2009 4:10am EDT
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